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    MagnogMagnog

    Label:Kranky – KRANK 010
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:US
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    Genre:Electronic, Rock
    Style:Abstract, Space Rock, Experimental

    Tracklist

    1Lost Landing
    Acoustic Guitar [12-string]Dana Shinn
    Electric GuitarJeff Reilly
    5:46
    2Relay12:25
    3Learning Forgetfulness
    Lyrics By [Poem]Phil Drake
    7:32
    4Shapeshifter
    Synthesizer [Moog]Dana Shinn
    Synthesizer [Moog], Electric GuitarJeff Reilly
    14:35
    5A Moments Seam
    Acoustic Guitar [12-string], VoiceDana Shinn
    Electric GuitarJeff Reilly
    4:43
    6Borne Upon Waves15:23
    7Frame Of Reference
    Synthesizer [Moog]Dana Shinn
    10:59
    8Loom5:55
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    Recorded September-October, 1995 at Private Radio, Seattle.
    © 1996 Magnog.
    Printed in Canada

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Matrix / Runout: L384 9550 A17 FAILSAFE B60305-36 M1S1
    • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L384
    • Mould SID Code: IFPI 6100

    Other Versions (2)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Magnog (LP, Album, LP, Album, Clear)KrankyKRANK 010US1996
    New Submission
    Magnog (2×LP, Album)KrankyKRANK 010US1996

    Reviews

    notec's profile picture
    notec
    Admittedly, it wasn't a previous screening that lured me into picking up "Magnog's" debut LP. On the contrary I had never heard of them until that very moment I saw it in the cd bin. With a cover that looked "spacey" and a font that smacked of Macintosh's default font - geneva; I soon found myself holding it in my hands and reading the song titles on the back.

    This trio from Edmonds, Washington (I understand they are all "very young") play space rock that leans nicely on the ambient side of things. Lots of delay and moog musing, "Lost Landing" has to be my favorite because of it's brush with the acoustic guitar holding you to the ground while the sound drifts among the stars. "A Moments Seam" is equally as spiritual all loopy and shifting shape. Not unlike label mate's "Labradford" in that their canvas stretches far and wide.

    It wasn't until I got back from an extended vacation in the Sierra's that I realized what the cover art was. A photograph of the stars with a lone tree top pointing the way to the hole in the clouds where a galaxy can be seen displaying its points of light....